Four more states begin to tally votes in a crucial Super Tuesday test of the US presidential candidates. Meanwhile, Bernie Sanders is celebrating a big win in his home state of Vermont. And he's vowing to challenge Hillary Clinton to the bitter end.
The German capital felt the "Bern" as the Democrat excoriated the current US president in a speech to university students. The iconoclastic senator repeatedly termed Donald Trump's policies "horrific."
A congressional committee has released a trove of Russian-funded Facebook ads that were disseminated during the 2016 presidential election. DW looks at the politically divisive messages aimed at sowing discord in the US.
Follow the latest in the biggest single day of state contests for party nominees before the US presidential election. Republicans and Democrats are both voting in 11 states with hundreds of delegates at stake.
The liberal senator has said he is "prepared to work" with Trump but will "vigorously oppose him" if he pursues racist and sexist policies. Other US progressives like Elizabeth Warren have echoed Sanders' sentiments.
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